The Upgrade Parade
Aftermarket bolt-on parts bring a beaten bike back from the dead.
Bodywork And Paint:
Performance part provider Yoyodyne sent us Sebimoto race bodywork that was then modified and painted by Wildcard Customs. Hotbodies Racing took care of the cool undertail unit with built-in turn signals.
A full system from Leo Vince fit our high performance theme perfectly and gained power on the dyno as well.
Cyko Racing's "Superlight Series" replace the crusty, styleless stockers.
When the inevitable happens we'll be able to pick it up and brush the dust off with minimum damage to the important (and expensive) parts.
Sato Racing rearsets replace the worn out and non-adjustable stock 'sets. A brake light switch was even included with these fully adjustable units to keep us street legal.
Chain And Sprockets
The stock kit was wasted anyways, and the Vortex Cat5 rear sprocket looks incredible while saving weight. Wrapped around it is a gold EK chain for minimum drag and maximum power.
For aggressive street riding and track days, Pirelli's Supercorsas provide impeccable grip.
Vortex clip-ons look cleaner than stock and are tube replaceable after a crash.
The Graves Motorsports stay is a lot lighter than the stock piece. It's cheaper too.
A Lockhart Phillips Speedscreen gives cool looks along with wind protection.
Power Commander And Quickshifter:
Dynojet's PC controls the fueling for the freer flowing pipe, while its quickshifter allows for wide-open throttle shifts without the clutch.
Galfer Superbike rotors look intense and provide better bite and feel than stock, while Brembo's HP calipers apply the force. Connect it all with Galfer's steel braided hoses to a Braking master cylinder up top and this bike stops in a serious hurry.
CTS Moto makes quick preload adjustments a lot easier and prevents wrench damage.
Color coordinating options and easy adjustments make the Pazzo lever an obvious upgrade over stock.
GPR's V4 steering damper controls the front end from tank slapping and is easily adjustable on the fly.